Follow-up Public Meeting regarding the Future of Muskoka Heritage Place


The Town of Huntsville is hosting a follow-up public meeting regarding the future of Muskoka Heritage Place. The consultant Lord Cultural Resources will be presenting the preliminary thoughts and recommendations collected from the first public meeting, held late fall, and will be seeking public feedback on the findings. Please join us at 6:30pm on Wednesday, March 29th at the Active Living Centre, 20 Park Drive in Huntsville.
We look forward to seeing you there.
This meeting is fully accessible. For more information or for special accommodations please contact Teri Souter, Manager of Arts, Culture & Heritage for the Town of Huntsville. 705-789-1751 x 2357 |
Muskoka Heritage Place consists of Muskoka Museum, a self-guided chronological journey of artifacts showing human activity in the area starting 7000 years ago, Muskoka Pioneer Village, a 90-acre site featuring 18 historic buildings nestled beside Cann Lake, and the Portage Flyer Train, once the world’s smallest commercial railroad, which during the warmer months ferries passengers alongside the Muskoka River to a beautiful stop on the shore of Fairy Lake.


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